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Farewell Falk
by Randy Johnson
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  I have something to say and it isn't just talk.
We lost an actor who was named Peter Falk.
He always beat the bad guy at the end of each show.
Falk did an excellent job as Lieutenant Columbo.
His acting ability left many fans in awe.
He also did a great job in 'The in-laws'.
I began watching Columbo in 1989 at the age of seventeen.
The first show that I watched was the one with the guillotine.
His health deteriorated and it was too much for this brave man to sustain.
Before he died, he couldn't even remember Columbo because he was in such pain.
Peter Falk starred as Columbo from 1968 to 2003.
He was a great actor and I hope everyone agrees.

(Dedicated to Peter Falk who died June 23, 2011.)
June 29 ,2011
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